AceShowbiz - The Monday, November 19 episode of "The Voice" season 15 saw the Top 13 singers hitting the stage for Live Show. Coaches Kelly Clarkson, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Jennifer Hudson has 3 singers each in their teams, except for Kelly who also has the comeback artist Lynnea Moorer.
Kicking things off that night was Team Blake's Chris Kroeze. He dedicated "Let It Be" by The Beatles to 13-year-old girl Jayme Closs from his hometown of Barron, Wisconsin, who is abducted. Adam said that he was jealous of his raspy voice while Blake complimented Chris' work ethic.
Tyke James from Team Adam then took the stage to sing "Everything I Do" by Bryan Adams. "That was so great!" Kelly exclaimed. "You stand apart. This is my favorite thing you've done." Adam added that he was "so proud of you dude," calling him an "amazing artist."
The next performer was another Team Adam singer DeAndro Nico, who belted out "I Can Only Imagine" by MercyMe for his girlfriend who recently suffered a miscarriage. "You can sing anything, I love the spirit you brought to that song," J. Hud gushed.
Kymberli Joye from Team Kelly opted to perform a rendition of "Diamonds" by Rihanna. She dedicated the song for her little sister. It was a moving performance that brought audience to tears. "You just love to sing…it's so beautiful to watch," Kelly said, adding that her runs were "insane."
Team J. Hud's Kennedy Holmes then showcased her skills while performing "Wind Beneath My Wings" by Bette Midler. It was a solid performance, enough to make all four coaches be on their feet.
Singing "It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday" by Boyz II Men was SandyRedd from Team J. Hud. She dedicated the song to her late mother. Blake was impressed by her lower register with J. Hud dubbing her lower register a "powerful thing."
Team Kelly's Chevel Shepherd followed the performance with a rendition of "Little White Church" by Little Big Town. Her authentic sound and raspy voice got Adam "obsessed" with her. "You're awesome. You're so talented," he said.
Makenzie Thomas was the last artist from Team J. Hud to perform. She sang "I Am Changing" that was dedicated to her coach. Sarah Grace from Team Kelly later took the stage to sing "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" by Elton John which she dedicated to her fellow "dreamers." Kelly loved it, saying, "I learn so much just watching you."
Up next was Team Blake's Dave Fenley who dedicated "Hard to Love" by Lee Brice to his wife. Adam admitted that he's a huge fan of Dave with Blake said Dave offered an incredibly important performance to position himself in the competition.
Lynnea Moore from Team Kelly opted for a rendition of "Wolves" by Selena Gomez. The winner fo the Comeback Stage artist, which sees Kelsea Ballerini as the coach, showcased her beautiful tone, blowing away J. Hud. "You're the comeback kid who is killing it tonight," said Kelly.
Kirk Jay from Team Blake sang "I'm Already There" by Lonestar that he dedicated to his mom, who has never seen him perform live. Jennifer was totally impressed by his yodel that she dubbed "anointing."
Offering the final performance that night was Team Adam's Reagan Strange. She belted out "You Say" by Lauren Daigle for her grandparents. "She's a marvel," Adam gushed after she finished her performance.
Two artists will be eliminated in Tuesday, November 20 episode of "The Voice".